In a report to the O’Fallon City Council, the city’s Economic Development Department noted that 18 new businesses had applied for business licenses in August.
The following businesses were issued licenses by the City of Wentzville in the months of May, June, July and August, 2016:
In a report to the O’Fallon City Council on July 14, the city’s Economic Development Department noted that 24 new businesses had applied for business licenses in June and July.
For the last 10 years, local entrepreneurs Brent and Linda Styer have been on the road, taking their product, Ellbee’s Garlic Seasonings, to food festivals across the country. The seasonings are now in stores in READ MORE
A new entertainment venue in O’Fallon gets its name from its address, 18 North Central, but that doesn’t begin to describe all that it has to offer. In addition to state-of-the-art laser combat, 18 North Central READ MORE
Construction of the Cottages of Lake St. Louis began last week with a groundbreaking ceremony at the 5.2-acre site that will soon be the home of a state-of-the-art skilled nursing and long-term care facility–the first of READ MORE
Wentzville Bluffs’ Stone Summit Steak and Seafood restaurant opens its doors to the public today, July 18, at 4 p.m.
Altitude Trampoline Park is seeking a conditional use permit to redevelop the space currently occupied by the Value Village thrift store in O’Fallon Square on the north side of Veterans Memorial Parkway just west of Highway K.
Wentzville’s Planning and Zoning Commission gave their approval earlier this week for a Big Tex Trailers sales lot at 2450 East Pitman Avenue.
The long-awaited Friendship Brewery is now open at 100 East Pitman Avenue in historic downtown Wentzville.